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Please join me for One hour of exploring and experiencing the Journey with Author Patricia Ruiz Steele as she shares her book 'The Girl Immigrant", and from Winters, Ca Author Gloria Lopez helps us experience this Spanish Journey from Spain to Hawaii in her book " An American Paella"
Patricia Ruiz Steele was born in Woodland, California, and now resides in the low desert of Arizona with her husband, cactus, laptop and red wine. She is the author of an article about Cystic Fibrosis and seven books. Her most prized work is The Girl Immigrant. She’s published a follow up book, Silván Leaves and eventually, Ruiz Legacies (a work in progress) will complete her Spanish Pearls Series.
Gloria Lopez, who was born and raised in Winters, California, still resides in the community. Both her maternal and paternal grandparents emigrated from Spain in the early 1900s. She has recorded the historical journeys and stories of several Spanish immigrant families in the book and DVD entitled AN AMERICAN PAELLA Becoming American While Staying Spanish, A Century of Memories In Winters, California
Have you read The Girl Immigrant? Find it at > http://www.patriciabbsteele.com/order-books > Through a young girl's eyes, it embraces her immigration story from Spain to > Hawaii on to California. > www.facebook.com/patriciabbsteele
To reach Gloria Lopez and order her book "An American Paella" find it at http://anamericanpaella.com
On Paired Chef Mary will be discussing bold flavors to brighten your dreary cold winter. Mary will be discussing the new trend: Traditional and Non Traditional Ramen, New Orleans Style Gumbo and Spanish style Paella. On Commdiginews.com at 6:30 pm EST.
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We will discuss how participant actions and beliefs influence the journey toward success, and our role as the "Great Oz".
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Noodle Pudding and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Paella.
We will discuss how to create a successful group dynamic by accommodating, and accepting, participant differences.
As uual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Noodle Pudding and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Paella.
This is Part 1 of a Series on The Spanish Journey:
Please join with me on part of who I am and the other thousands of people like myself. Our story is not as familiar and so well known, but it is part of the Spanish History in the Americas today.
Tonight joining Joey will be Author Patricia Ruiz Steele- who has written "The Girl Immigrant", Author Gloria Lopez who has written and compiled the Book and CD "An American Paella", Michael Munoz who is the Webmaster and Designer of the Facebook historical page "Hawaiian Spaniards" Finally joining us will be Researcher, Director and Webmaster of Spaniards in the USA, James Fernandez.
BIANCA CHATS WITH FIU ALUMN GIOVANNI FERNANDEZ ABOUT SOBE FEST, PAELLA AND MORE
We will discuss how to lead by good example, thereby encouraging successful group dynamics.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Deep Fried Lentil Balls, and the "adventure" recipe will be Shrimp and Vegetable Paella.
Barcelona chef, Eduardo Balaguer, owner of Venga Paella catering will be my special guest.
What is Paella?
"Simply put it’s a rice dish from Spain, made in a round flat pan with any number of local ingredients and offered in a zillion combinations. However paella is so much more than that. It reminds me of the summers I spent in Spain with my mother and aunts. It is a food that has always brought our family and friends together for any occasion. Preparing and eating paella was a celebration that was experienced by all of my senses. It was entertaining to watch, the smell carried the promise of the meal to come, and the taste was always delightful.
This is the experience that I share with people when I prepare paella. Whether it is for friends, a catered affair, or the farmers market, paella is not just a wonderful meal, it is also a joyous celebration of flavors, smells, and quality ingredients"
Tijuana Paella Festival with Govenor Elect Kiko Vega. Great times, food, people at the Rosarito Beach Hotel. Fishing action and current reports from Cabo San Lucas, East Cape, Ensenada, San Quintin, and other great areas.
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Join us in Rosarito Beach Nov 8-11 for Veteran's Day weekend. Only $258 for 4 days-3nights and 6 dinners. Mention PFO and get an instant upgrade to a luxury suite. Details at 424 237 0250 or Phil@PFORadio.com.
Fall is the perfect time to visit Sonoma with Travel Brigade for the harvest season. Along with the vineyards, check out skating at Snoopy's Home Ice, visit the Charles Schulz Museum, have a wild encounter at Safari West, explore beautiful parks, eat some great food, including amazing Spanish Paella at the Vineyards Inn, all while driving through Sonoma’s world-famous vineyards. We’ll also talk about relaxing at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek and the Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
We will discuss how to motivate group participants to come together as a team and create a successful outcome.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Raisin Rice, and the "adventure" recipe will be Chicken and Sausage Paella.